dimness[ dim ]SEE DEFINITION OF dimness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIMNESS
In the dimness of the saloon door a gun flashed in the hand of Jasper Lanning.
Hitherto he had heard their voices in the dimness of imagination.
There must have been a dimness in his eyes and a quiver to his wide-lipped, generous mouth.
But, little by little, his eyes became accustomed to the dimness.
If I look speculatively on the world, there is nothing but dimness and mystery.
But in the dimness of these two aisles lurks the spirit of the wilds.
They stood upon the bridge, therefore, looking down into the dimness of the Pool.
He had become one with the dimness in the boat, was no longer detached from it.
Dimness of sight, arising from weakness or inflammation, is best relieved by frequent washing of the eyes with cold water.
Then a thin masculine voice from the dimness made proclamation.